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My Gypsy Booth (Unique Craft Show Displays)

So good to get back to my blog!  I wasn't away by choice, just extremely overwhelmed and busy and had no extra time whatsoever.  But now orders are caught up and things are starting to get back into a manageable groove... yay!

We are growing a garden this year for the first time and I will share pictures soon, as well as pics of Felicity's birthday party and I have all kinds of projects on deck to do and share soon too, so check back regularly.

Last weekend I was a vendor at the Magnolia Festival in Durant, OK.



If you come by my house while I'm gone to a show you'll find there are no curtains hanging in the windows, no living room rug, now dinning room birdcage or table clothes, no shelves in Felicity's room and no drawers in the desk!


I just decided today to paint the wood inside this frame with chalkboard paint, then I can write the price of each bow in chalk directly above it at the next show.








The display above was a last minute put together thing.  I bought a plain wooden used frame from someone the day before the show and Felicity and I painted it and made this clip display with it.







My new flower clip display, sticks in a plant holder!


I'm also having a "Share it to Win it" giveaway on my facebook page right now for 4th of July stuff!  


Click the photo below to go enter!



Talk to you all again in a few days!


-Pamela




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